Editorial: Using Paleolimnology for Lake Restoration and Management

@inproceedings{LarocqueTobler2016EditorialUP,
  title={Editorial: Using Paleolimnology for Lake Restoration and Management},
  author={Isabelle Larocque-Tobler},
  booktitle={Front. Ecol. Evol.},
  year={2016}
}
Paleolimnology has been used for decades to reconstruct past environments and more recently, to quantify the observed changes. Various organisms preserve in sediment of lakes and wetlands and can be used to reconstruct how a water body and the surrounding landscape looked like and has changed through time. For example, pollen, charcoal, and macrofossils can be used to reconstruct vegetation and frequency of fires at the local and regional scale, diatoms, and Cladocera can be used to reconstruct… CONTINUE READING